Will we be witnessing the all-new season of the popular MTV Reality Show The Real World: New York? The latest series of tweets by the MTV official tweeter handle hinted about the same. MTV tweeted,” The Real World: New York” could be returning in the near future. The cable channel posted another tweet “the perfect living room doesn’t exist “along with a photo of the original living space of the show. Another tweet read, “Remember when people stopped being polite and started getting real”? For the unversed, The Real World is the first season of MTV’s reality television series which aired in the year 1992 for 13 episodes.
MTV hinted about the revival of the show by a series of tweets
The tweets went viral and people start speculations about the returning of the show. As per multiple media reports, the original cast of “The Real World: New York” recently finished filming in their original So Ho loft at 565 Broadway. The NY Post reported that the said loft has been estimated to be priced at $7.5 million in the year after undergoing renovation work. As of now, the property is under contract with the price of 5.5 million dollars after being slashed the price for a second time.
The first season of “The Real World” aired in 1992
Produced by Mary Bunim and Jonathan Murray, The Real World reality show was based on the concept of strangers living together for several months being filmed by the camera all the time. The original show which started in New York in the year 1992 became an instant success and went on to completing 33 seasons from the year 1992 to 2017. The original cast of the show included Becky Blasband, Andre Comeau, Heather Gardner, Julie Gentry, Norman Korpi, Eric Nies, and Kevin Powell who all lived together in the SoHo loft from February 16, 1992, to May 18, 1992. The last season of the show aired in the year 2017. Since then fans have been waiting for its new season. With the latest series of tweets by MTV, it is almost evident the new season will be starting soon.